6 Places We Visited on Credit

We took our first major trip in 2002 when we spotted in a copy of TNT an advertisement for round the world flights. At £860 the idea of flying to Peru and making our way overland to Argentina, crossing the Pacific Ocean to New Zealand and Australia before exploring Southeast Asia, seemed a bargain too good to miss.

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Some Ideas for a Southeast Asia Trip

We recently announced that we are off to Southeast Asia, where aside from flying in to Bangkok we have few plans as to what we are going to do, where we will go or even how long we are going to stick around in the region.

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Readers Letters: Free Volunteer Work in Asia

A reader asks: I'm hoping to do some travelling and would like to do some voluntary work as well but don't want to have to pay to volunteer. I would like to go to Asia, do you have any advice at all?

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9 Years Since I Slept in my Lunch, 10 Years Since we Flew to Peru to Begin our RTW Trip (Photos of our 2002/3 RTW Trip)

Nine years ago today I was snoring face down in my lunch in preparation for boarding the flight home to the UK. After 364 days on the road our trip ended in a drunken slumber outside a Bangkok restaurant.

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Readers Letters: Working in Australia and Cambodia

Most of the working abroad posts we feature on The Working Traveller are researched, ‘how to’ type pieces. Though I have plenty of travel tales to tell it is a rare day when I have not been able to duck out of sight when physical labour is mentioned.

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